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Class 2 Curriculum Overview

 

Homework

Please click here to see the task grid for class 2

 

Curriculum Overview 2018-19

 

Subject

Autumn

Spring

Summer

English

Fiction

Non-Fiction

 

 

 

Poetry

Traditional tales/Fairy tales

Instructions (Growing plants)

Information writing ( Guy Fawkes)

Nursery rhymes

Same author stories/Familiar settings

Information writing (Otley)

 

 

Fantasy/Imaginary world stories

Instructions (DT food)

Letters (School Trip)

Recount (School Trip)

 

Repetition

Theme using rhyme and adjectives

Maths

Number and place value

Addition and Subtraction

Multiplication and Division

 

Fractions

Shape

Geometry

Time

Science

Plants

+ Instruction writing

(Measures & Statistics)

Materials and magnets Nutrition and healthy living

(Measures & Statistics)

Living Things and Habitats

 

History

Guy Fawkes

+Individual story

+Gunpowder Plot

+ Information writing

Otley

+William Dawson & David Payne (The Wharfedale Printing Machine)

+Individual story: Thomas Chippendale

+Industrial Revolution links

+Information writing

Transport

+Changes beyond living memory

+Flight: hot air balloons/ aeroplanes/ moon landing

+Explorers: Captain James Cook

+Letter writing

+ Recount

Geography

Continents and Oceans

Otley

Immediate locality study

+Information writing

Australia

Art

Drawing:

+Real life observations (T.  S.Abe/ Brian Duey/ Henrik)

+Telling stories focus of foreground and backgrounds (Van Gogh) experimenting with HB/2B/8B pencils (Linda Huber)

Painting:

+Colouring mixing and complex colour wheels. +Layering (Impasto) (Nicolas de Stael and Jackson Pollock)

 

Textiles:

+Running stitch decorating fabric using fabric paint (Link with D+T)

Printing:

+Repetitive patterns using printing blocks (Maurits Esher – tessellation)

Painting:

+Scraping through and looking at appropriate brush sizes

Printing:

+Freehand patterns (Helen Dardik and Rick Leong)

Collage:

+Australian landscapes

3D:

+Carving into sculptures/Pinching out the surface of sculptures

Digital package collage: +Illustrations (Lauren Child)

D+T

Tools: Moving wheels and chassis

Food: The need for varied diets. Combine ingredients to make a healthy snack

+ Instruction writing/ Science

Sewing: Running stitch

Joining materail

Music

Singing: Awareness of pulse and rhythm  (Nativity)

Singing: Awareness of pulse and rhythm  (Nativity)

Composing: Use shapes to represent musical notation

Singing/Instruments: Create short improvisations, arrangements and compositions from a broad range of given or chosen musical and non-musical stimuli.

 

Computing

We are astronauts [programming] (2.1)

We are game testers [how games work] (2.2)

We are researchers [research] (2.4)

We are photographers [taking better photographs] (2.3) [Art]

 

We are detectives [collecting clues] (2.5) [History]

We are zoologists [collecting data] (2.6) [food]

 

RE

Christian stories and teaching

Learning from others

Christian stories and teaching

 

Belonging

Islamic symbols

Islamic worship

Believing

PE

Gymnastics

 

Dance

Games

Athletics and Games

PSHE

Me and my relationships

My healthy lifestyle

Keeping myself safe

Me and my future

 

     
 

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